Protests in Ferguson (Missouri) congregate during the day to a few thousand people in a segment less than a mile on a street in a small town in the Midwest United States. At night police incidents recur. With hundreds of journalists and activists -journalists and activists observing filming, write and tweet the-minute effects are global.

Journalists of Russian state television or Qatari Al Jazeera reported in interviews with protesters grievances of blacks and filmed police brutality. The arrest of journalists -the Monday, two Germans, including correspondent and historically pro-American conservative daily Die Welt’- conducive chronic crude oil portraits on the attitudes of law enforcement in this country.

Ferguson allows countries to which the United States has been criticized for not respecting human rights to return the ball. Egypt demanded yesterday the American authorities to contain demonstrations. Iran and Syria will join the chorus. But the criticism did not come only from the first power rivals or partners who feel mistreated.

The Amnesty International has deployed a team of observers in Ferguson. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, originally from South Africa, says Ferguson remind you scenes of racial violence of apartheid. In an interview with Reuters, urged the United States to investigate allegations of police brutality and examine the ” root causes ” of discrimination in America.

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